2017 BOXING fight – Jarrell Miller vs Gerald Washington – full fight Video

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-07-29, disappointing fight between Jarrell Miller and Gerald Washington: it gets two stars.

The undefeated Jarrell Miller entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 18-0-1 (16 KOs=89%) and he is ranked as the No.28 heavyweight in the world. The only man who stopped him in a draw was Joey Dawejko in 2013, since then he has won 14 consecutive fights beating Donovan Dennis (=Miller vs Dennis), Nick Guivas and Fred Kassi in 2016 (=Miller vs Kassi).
His opponent, Gerald Washington, has an official record of 18-1-1 (12 knockouts) and he entered as the No.23 in the same weight class but he comes off the loss against Deontay Wilder (=Wilder vs Washington). Jarrell Miller vs Gerald Washington is on the undercard of Mikey Garcia vs Adrien Broner. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2017-07-29

Where: Barclays Center, New York, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jarrell Miller def. Gerald Washington (Retirement at 3:00, round 8)

 

Miller’s previous fight: Jarrell Miller vs Fred Kassi

Washington’s previous fight: Deontay Wilder vs Gerald Washington

Miller’s next fight: Jarrell Miller vs Mariusz Wach

 

 

Miller vs Washington Fight Video:

Official video

  • Arjay Cee

    This beating went on needlessly for about four or five extra rounds. That doesn’t detract from what it told us about Big Baby. It told us you don’t want to stand in front of him any more than you do in front of an avalanche. In stature and power, he’s reminiscent of Samuel Peter, the club-fisted Nigerian Nightmare who twice put a hurting on the very gifted James Toney. Unlike Peter, he mixes his shots up nicely, and even manages feints and head movement with that colossal pear-shaped body.

    I look forward to seeing Miller in with other top contenders. He’d be a good test for the winner of Joseph Parker vs. Hughie Fury. Whoever faces him will have to stick and move a lot better than poor Gerald Washington.

    Thanks as always to our excellent hosts at ATBF.

    • Olivier Veillette

      I like the comparison with Peters, but against a guy like Wilder, I think he would remind us more of Stiverne… The problem with Miller is that he’s taking way too many clean punches. He needs to move his head more, cuz when he’ll get caught by a stronger puncher it’ll be a different story.

      • Arjay Cee

        I agree, Olivier. He gets hit way too much. Didn’t Peter show a similar weakness, at least when he fought the cream of the division — the Klits? My memory might be faulty.

        One thing Peter did was load up the same overhead bomb each time. Miller has more punch variety. If he can shed some weight it’ll be easier to drop low as he did a couple of times against Washington. But that body of his isn’t going to be a defensive advantage, except, that is, as a mountainside.

        Speaking of Deontay, where do you rank him in the division right now? I hope the next 12 months can finally answer the question of how he ranks against very good competition. My hunch is he will beat Whyte (too slow) and lose to Ortiz (too slick) if those fights actually happen.

        • Olivier Veillette

          I would have to watch Peter again to tell more accurately… It’s been a while (already!).

          In my opinion, Whyte could give Wilder a serious challenge. If this fight happens, it will give us the opportunity to truly compare his power against Joshua’s. There’s no doubt in my mind that AJ is slicker than Wilder. Ortiz is another serious threat, but the clock is probably ticking away fast for him considering his age. He’s slick indeed, but we saw he could be outboxed and have some difficulty cutting the ring at time. But I believe that if Ortiz finally gets his shot at a title, he will go all in.

  • norris lurker

    That man mountain is some kind of meat. His singular fault is that he leaves the left side of his head open to a smacking. If he comes up against someone like Ortiz or Wilder that can punch it will be lights out. I like the way he wore Washington down, but its looked a bit expensive on the grey matter in the early rounds. He is certainly going to be one to watch as a legitimate contender.